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Special Event: Holidays At The Homestead

Nov. 8, 2010

Holidays at the Homestead, 9724 W. Forest Home Ave., Sunday, November 21,10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., will feature ten exhibitors in a celebration of arts and antiques. The event will will be held in the historic farmhouse and barn. It will offer the following:

Cookie Burgert, Yarn and Fabric Scarves and Wallhangings

Dara Chappie, Earthbound Fine Art

Marilyn Jacobson, Curly Fleece Sheep Farm

Rick Kriebel, Trellis/Sculptural Design

S. Clarice Steinfeldt, SDS, Papercutting

Linda Prowse, Artful Creations (fine art)

Krista Bavlnka, Jewelry, Wearable Art and Home Decor

Linda Krukar, Painted Glass, Acrylic and Oil Pastel Paintings

Fran Jablonski, Root Creek Antiques

Valerie Ferber, No Regrets Antiques

Homemade baked goods and hot beef sandwiches will tempt your tastebuds. (Who can resist Mary's baklava?) Don't forget the raffle items from local businesses. Whether you want dinner out, an oil change, a new "do", sports memorabilia, a printing job, or a massage, you'll find something of interest.

Admission: $2.00. Free parking on Forest Home Ave. and the Homestead's own parking area.

For more information, call Dave Zepecki at (414) 940-3355.

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